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In this age of spin, fake news and misinformation, it’s hard to know where the truth lies.
When we browse our favourite news stream, check out Twitter, read a paper or watch the news on TV, we’re increasingly less sure that what is being presented to us is actually true.
And a lot of people see the Christian faith – in particular the resurrection of Jesus – like that. Fake news, concocted because people need something to believe.
Writer and Bible teacher Michael Green says: “If the resurrection is false, you can dismiss Christianity. If it is true, the consequences are enormous.
”Christians believe that Jesus is alive, and there is good evidence for that fact. In the apostle Paul’s letter to the Corinthian church (1 Corinthians 15: 3-6), he maintains that Christ died on the cross, was buried and then rose again.
He appeared to Peter, he says, and to the rest of the disciples. He appeared to more than 500 of the believers at that time. The early followers of Jesus were so convinced of his resurrection they became bold in sharing the good news, despite the imminent threat to their lives.
This Easter, why not find a church near you and go along to explore why Christians believe that Jesus is alive today? Countless millions over the centuries have believed the evidence is compelling, and a truth that is real, not fake, and worth basing their life on.
How about you?
Fake news or good news
- such a question for
So much of what we read and hear is
false news. Encourage others to seek the
truth and decide for themselves.